|Thistledown Excalibur Tundra|
|Lakisha's 17lb solid black son arrived on
November 19th, and we couldn't be more excited that our multiple
award-winning white male, Tundra, has produced non-fading black from white in only one generation, or about the fact that this cria
is a 7/8 Peruvian boy! Named after Arthur's magical sword, Excalibur has
extremely dense fiber, with handle like satin,
plus a perfect bite and his dam's excellent,
heavy-boned conformation. This non-fading true black grandson of Peruvian
Presidio and CPeruvian LB Remington has bloodlines to die for in black,
plus a very mellow temperament (he is halter and performance trained in
obstacle, PR and costume)
Awards: Excalibur placed 4th in juvenile full fleece halter at his first show, the Level I V VAOBA 2009. The judge commented on his excellent conformation and topline and we are very pleased with his staple, handle, density and non-fading true black coloration. At the 2010 Blue Ridge Classic, Cali won first place yearling dark male, and his first Championship.
|ARI# 31331135||Color: True Black||DOB: November 19, 2008||Unproven|
Excalibur's dam, Lakisha is the true black 3/4
Peruvian daughter of CPeruvian LB Remington, a multiple AOBA National
Champion with phenomenal macho presence, conformation, coverage,
density and crimp. Lakisha has wonderful conformation and coverage, with excellent density and handle to her fiber and a
Lakisha's awards: Lakisha placed fourth in halter classes of 11 and 12 black females at two Level III AOBA shows in 2006. Her fleece won a second place at PAOBA in 2006 and 2007, and a first and two second places in the three SpinOffs she entered. Judges comment on the excellent density and color integrity of her true black fiber.
Sire, LZD Tundra
CPeruvian LB Remington.
Excalibur is sired by
our award-winning full Peruvian white herdsire, Tundra, who has great
conformation and coverage, plus beautiful fleece. His fiber has extreme character, luster, tremendous bundling and wonderful
density. Produced from the ideal match, breeding the dam of
"Show Me The Money" and "Silver Dollar", to Presidio,
an outstanding Caligula son - his parents have already produced some of the best colored alpacas
in the nation.
Tundra's awards: He placed second in halter classes of 12 and 13 white males at the 2004 MOPACA show, the 2004 Ft. Worth show and the 2003 Great Western Alpaca Show. He was also part of Presidio's blue ribbon-winning "Get of Sire" class at the 2004 MOPACA show. In the SpinOffs he has entered, his fiber has won three blue ribbons, plus a second place at the 2005 AOBA Nationals.
Paternal grandsire, Presidio